Roma integration: EU must do more against social exclusion and anti-gypsyism | News | European Parliament
In a historical move, the European Parliament has urged the European Commission to propose the first-ever EU law to bolster the inclusion of Romani people in the EU.
Among others, the report calls for equal and equitable access to education, Romani arts, language and culture and specifically "calls on the Member States to promote Romani language, culture and history, in school curricula, museums and other forms of cultural and historical expression, and recognize the contribution of Romani culture as part of the European Heritage; calls on the Member States to develop coherent and consistent measures, with appropriate budgets to stimulate, support and promote the Romani arts and culture, to research and conserve the material and intangible heritage of the traditional Romani culture and to revive and promote Romani traditional crafts."
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Structural anti-gypsyism must end, say MEPs, who demand measures to ensure Romani people have equal access to housing, education, healthcare and employment.